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7.11.11 In this report: 11,894+ Hidden Jobs revealed (2,076+ Hidden Jobs in U.S.A. / 9,818+ Hidden International Jobs ) If a company announces that they are planning to hire hundreds of people, why wait for the roles to hit the want-ads? Why not network with people in the company that are hiring enmasse now?

GOOD NEWS Health care jobs a bright spot for hiring As the pace of hiring slows and job opportunities dry up, one industry will remain the rare bright spot in an otherwise dismal job market: health care. The health care field is one of the few industries that sustained steady growth, even through the recession, adding jobs every month for the last eight years. And that growth should continue. Two factors — an aging population and health reform — guarantee that health care jobs will be there for the taking, experts said. | Source: HIDDEN USA JOBS Facebook is hiring engineers No targets were given, but Facebook is growing its engineering team about 60 percent a year. It could grow faster, but Zuckerberg, 27, doesn’t want growth to overwhelm its culture. Barely a year after it opened, the Seattle office has about 40 engineers. They’re about to release several products, including improvements to Facebook’s mobile site. “There are so many good engineers up here — largely from Microsoft and Amazon traditionally, and then Google a bit more recently — and there’s a good startup scene up here, so it’s going really well,” Zuckerberg said. | Source: Follow The Hidden Job Report on Twitter


276 Jobs for IN Carrier Corp. said it plans to create 276 new jobs and invest $36.5 million to start a second production line at its plant on the far west side of Indianapolis. The Farmington, Conn.-based company is requesting tax abatement from the city to help offset the cost of the investment. The Metropolitan Development Commission granted preliminary approval at its Wednesday afternoon meeting. The new jobs should pay an average of $19 an hour and should be filled by the end of 2015, said Carrier, which will retain 1,450 additional jobs with the help of the abatement, it said. The company said it already spent $32 million to upgrade equipment at the plant at 7310 W. Morris St. to produce high-efficiency furnaces. | Source:

1,800 Jobs for KY If you live in Louisville, Ky., have been looking for a job, and love cars, Ford may be able to help. A second shift is being added to the Louisville plant that will build the new 2012 Escape. The plant is seeking up to 1,800 new employees for the plant, but that number is a little cloudy, since other workers may transfer from other Ford plants. The Kentucky Office for Employment and Training in Louisville will be taking applications for the openings through July 14. The city will then use a lottery system to choose which applicants will advance to the pre-employment testing phase, and if they pass, new hires will start off at $15.50 an hour, which is about half of what established employees make on the line. | Source:

Hundreds of Jobs for AZ, Inc. (NASDAQ, AMZN) is creating hundreds of new jobs in Arizona. Plans to open a fourth fulfillment center in Phoenix have just been announced. With approximately 1.2 million square feet at this facility added to an expansion of 400,000 square feet at 6835 West Buckeye Road, Phoenix, hundreds of full-time and seasonal new jobs will be created this year‌ It is encouraging for national job seekers to know that Amazon is forging ahead with new facilities and expansions in states in addition to Arizona. For instance, in Indiana, a new 900,000 square foot fulfillment center should be completed this summer in Plainfield, bringing the total of Indiana centers to four. In Pennsylvania, the Breinigsville fulfillment center is also hiring for several hundred jobs. | Source:

HIDDEN INTERNATIONAL JOBS 250 Jobs for Caicos CONSTRUCTION on the long-awaited Shore Club development is set to begin within months, creating 250 jobs and providing the TCI with a crucial economic shot in the arm.The $100m Long Bay scheme has been on ice for almost two years amid investigations into how the land was acquired. Developer Stan Hartling told the Weekly News he was “very pleased” that an agreement had now been settled with the interim Government, paving the way for the project to move forward. | Source: 2,100 Jobs for Hungary Audi will hire 2,100 new workers at its Hungarian unit as it expands the plant into its fourth fully-fledged production capacity, Audi Chairman Rupert Stadler said on Thursday. Audi said last year it would significantly expand its Hungarian unit, investing a total of about 900 million euros ($1.3 billion) at Gyor in western Hungary. The payroll will expand more than previously planned due to the construction of a new press shop, which will employ an extra 300 people, Stadler said. | Source: 20 Jobs for the UK TWENTY jobs for the long-term unemployed are to be created in Eastleigh thanks to a £3.3m project to build a new budget hotel. Travelodge has exchanged contracts on its planned site for a new 60-bedroom hotel on Southampton Road, which will be its second in Eastleigh. The firm has vowed all “entry level” posts at the hotel will go to the long-term unemployed people from the area, with the roles to be filled through a partnership with Job Centre Plus. | Source: 150 Jobs for the Philipines Budget carrier Cebu Pacific is beefing up its staff to support its aggressive expansion over the next decade. In a statement on Thursday, the company said that it has 150 new positions open exclusively for female flight attendants. The hiring of additional cabin crew will augment Cebu Pacific’s workforce in time for the delivery of four brand-new Airbus A320 aircraft in the second half of 2011, and 16 brand-new Airbus A320 aircraft from 2012 until 2014. The company recently announced a $3.8-billion order for 30 Airbus A321 Neo and seven Airbus A320 aircraft to be delivered from 2015 until 2021. | Source:

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4,000 Jobs for India Early signs of a slowdown in the broader economy notwithstanding, core sector firms remain gung-ho about their hiring plans for the year. Power equipment major Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) plans to recruit 4,000 people this year to take its staff strength to over 50,000 by March 2012. Power generator NTPC Ltd will hire close to 900, broadly in line with the 840 recruited last year. Larsen & Toubro plans a 40 per cent increase in the recruitment of engineering trainees from campuses, especially for its new activities of heavy engineering and power. The private sector engineering firm, which added 4,000 employees last year, also plans to take on board management recruits this year. | Source: 700 Jobs for the UK Retailer Pets at Home will create more than 700 new jobs this year as it ramps up its store opening program and opens a new £5m distribution centre. The retailer grew sales by 10.7 per cent to £517.8m in the 53 weeks to March 31, while pre tax profits grew by 10.3 per cent to £93m in the same period. Pets, which is based in Handforth in Cheshire, opened 25 new stores bringing its portfolio to 281, and now has a staff of 5,200. Chief executive Matt Davies said: “It is a difficult retail environment at the moment, but we are helped by the fact that pets have a very high position in the household and a lot has to happen before people cut back. “We are more ambitious this year and will open more than 25 new stores as we take advantage of property opportunities that present themselves. | Source: 522 Jobs for Ireland TESCO WILL CREATE over 500 new jobs in Ireland over the next year, it is reported this morning. Tesco Ireland says it will create a total of 522 jobs between now and June next year, RTÉ reports. Most of the new jobs will be in Dublin and Co Kildare and will be part of the €120 million investment in new stores. The full break down will see 150 jobs created in Cabra, Dublin, 120 in Kildare, 80 in Rush, Dublin and 60 at a replacement store in Roscrea, Tipperary which was originally planned for last year. | Source: …

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